Commercial Real Estate Notes

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), March 27, 1995 | Go to article overview

Commercial Real Estate Notes


Pace Properties Inc. represented Jim Davis in the sale of a 3,500-square-foot building at 1100 West Highway 100 in Washington, Mo., to Imo's Pizza, represented by Hennemeyer Co. Pace Properties Inc. represented parties in these leases:

6,000 square feet of space in the Jacksonville Wal-Mart Plaza in Jacksonville, Ill., to Supermarket of Shoes from Jacksonville Realty, LLC, represented by Sandor Development.

3,056 square feet at Brentwood Square Shopping Center, 1697 South Brentwood Boulevard, to St. Louis Bread Co. Love Management represented Brentwood Square.

13,910 square feet in the Market Place Shppping Center, 22 Place Drive in Fairview Heights, to Factory Card Outlet from Pace Fairview Associates, LLC.

13,065 square feet subleased to McDonnell Douglas Technical Services Co. at 1807 Park 270 Drive from RR Donnelly & Sons Co. Delta Group Real Estate, L.C. represented parties in these sales:

Three acres at 2462-66 East Pittman, on Highway 70 in Wentzville, to Loveall RV's from Porlier Outdoor Advertising Co. The site will be used as a motor home sales lot.

2.2 acres of land by First Capital and two vacant lots facing Jackson Street in St. Charles to Centennial Bank of St. Ann. Turley Martin Co. represented parties in these leases:

22,428 square feet of office space at 111 West Port Plaza to Facts and Comparisons from Aetna Life Insurance Co.

20,000 square feet of retail space at 1105 West Broadway in Centralia to Palais Royal Inc. from Rose Holding Inc.

9,003 square feet of office space at 55 West Port Plaza to Unisys Corp. from Aetna Life Insurance Co. CB Commercial Real Estate Group Inc. represented parties in these leases:

7,377 square feet of office space at 11960 Westline Industrial Drive to John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance from Century Life of America.

51,475 square feet of office space at 12301 Missouri Bottom Road to Mercantile Bank of St. Louis from McDonnell Douglas Realty Co.

11,025 square feet of office-warehouse space at 11749 Dunlap Industrial Boulevard in Maryland Heights to Blue Ridge Mountain Woodcrafts from Shutt-Kresko. …

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